Sasha Marie Krause (Courtesy: San Juan County Sheriff's Office)
27-year-old, Sasha Marie Krause was last seen leaving her residence on January 18, 2020 around 8pm and never returned. Sasha’s vehicle was located parked nearby a church in the area where she resides.
From the San Juan Co. Sheriff's Office:
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
At approximately 3am on January 19, 2020, San Juan County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to Lamp & Light Publishers on Road 5577 in Farmington, NM in reference to a missing person. 27-year-old, Sasha Marie Krause was last seen leaving her residence on January 18, 2020 around 8pm and never returned. Sasha’s vehicle was located parked nearby a church in the area where she resides.
Detectives with the San Juan County Sheriff’s Office are actively searching for Sasha and working closely with her relatives and members of the Mennonite community to locate her. Detectives are currently obtaining surveillance from local businesses, interviewing potential witnesses and diligently working through the early stages of the investigation. Please continue to follow the San Juan County Sheriff’s Office social media sites for accurate and updated information. More information will be released as it becomes available. If you have seen Sasha or have any information regarding her disappearance, please contact dispatch immediately at 505-334-6622 and ask to speak to Detective Strang.
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